Major diving competitions took place as early as 1871 off the London Bridge. After that diving was incorporated into most aquatic meets. Men’s diving became part of the Olympic games in 1904 when it was called ‘fancy diving’. Women’s diving was added in 1912 and synchronized diving became a medal event in 2000. A two-family cottage in the United Kingdom, c. 1900, typically housed a scullery. The scullery was a small room within or next to the kitchen used for household chores- cleaning dishes, washing and ironing clothes.